COVID19

Is unaccountability the salient feature of Education Ministries both at Centre & States?

May 17, 2021

The unfortunate reality is we have to choose between life and education because of unaccountable governance at multiple levels. When the numbers of COVID in our rural demographics were not significant, school remained closed because we do not have decentralized decision making

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Issues in Migrant Social Protection

May 15, 2021

A recent study by LSE found that 52% of urban workers went without work or pay and received no financial assistance for over a month. Bihar’s emergency assistance programme has been cited as a rare example of sub-national government’s efforts to identify, onboard and disburse payments to the migrants during the ongoing pandemic.

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Economics of Vaccine Distribution

May 14, 2021

While it might be nearly impossible for the vaccine shortage to end in the near term, being smart and strategic about the existing stock can reduce mortality and other complications while facilitating the functioning of the economy thereby saving occupations and livelihoods.

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Sector Series I: Impact of COVID-19 and the lockdown on Animal Husbandry and Poultry sectors in India

May 6, 2021

With the eventual closing down of roadside tea stalls, eateries, and restaurants, a share of about 15% of total milk consumption had arrived to a complete halt.

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